I suppose you could argue that if people were taught how to drive cars and be aware of the inherent risks of weight and momentum and to use common sense then we wouldn't need to ban everything, but you didn't, so, see you on the bus.
How you can equate driving cars to use of fireworks, I don't know. I imagine that even you might want to ban cars if they were landing on your roof, setting your house on fire, destroying your sleep for weeks on end, and causing physical harm to you and/or your family. We have laws and enforcement for hoons ripping up streets and making a lot of noise even when said hoons are having fun. Not so with fireworks.
I stand by what I said - licenses for fireworks to be used at private events (even outside the Guy Fawkes period) and ban on sale to the general public.
easily ! Cars cause far more death and injury than fireworks do ,mainly because the user fails to pay attention to the risks involved. Every single day this happens.
the problem is identical.